European diplomate in pediatric pulmonology (european respiratory society)
Certification in respiratory allergies and immunology (indian college of allergy)
Asthma is a chronic disorder in children which leads to repeat repeated episodes of coughing, noisy breathing which is known as wheezing, chest tightness and the child feels very weak and is unable to run and play the way he usually does. Children with asthma present with repeated episodes of symptoms and become absolutely normal in the interval between the symptoms. Children with asthma have inflamed airways and then wind until you man is reduced because of spasm office phone as mine is swelling of the walls this happens when children get exposed to a particular allergic this makes it difficult for the air to easily move in and out of the lungs causing causing symptoms like coughing wheezing shortness of breath and chest tightness
Childhood asthma is very common open goes underdiagnosed and is wrong we treated with over-the-counter to sit ups to reduce the symptoms for a while. There is no treatment which abolishes asthma in an individual every child needs assessment and is categorised based on it and an action plan is made .personalised plans include medication is environmental control measures and avoidance of allergens and triggers.
Asthma treatment is in combined effort of adopted and paid and to ensure that the child lives life without hindrances reaches his growth potential. Rahman energies that aggravates symptoms in children include house dust mites,pet danders, moulds, pollens and Cockroach droppings
Many infants who suffer from repeated recent episodes associated with viral upper respirator track infections stop wheezing as they grow older .children with other manifestations of ATOPY like DEFMATITIS ,allergic rhinitis ,wheezing episodes outside infections, strong family history of eALLERGIES AND ASTHMA , exposure to cigarette smoke have much higher chances of asthma persisting into adulthood
There are many effective treatment options that can be used to prevent episodes and in control asthma. We make a tailor made plans for each child to identify triggers and help,prevent or lessen symptoms
Indoor triggers include cigarette smoke, dust, dust mites, pollen, straw, feathers, hair, fibers, formaldehyde, sprays, pesticides, deodorizers, mold, fungus, pets, cockroaches, gas from stoves, garbage, and more than 250 known causative agents responsible for occupational asthma.
Outdoor triggers include diesel emissions, dust, dirt, smoke, air-borne particulates, garbage storage, garbage disposal, pollen, smog, ozone, heat, cold, factory smelter emissions, volatile organic compounds, many gases including sulfur dioxide and the nitrogen oxides.
Common asthma triggers found in the home include dust, dirt, dust mites, cockroaches, mice, pet dander, feathers, cigarette smoke, chemicals, strong scents, mold, and mildew. While it may not be possible to have a trigger-free home, there are many things that parents and families can do to reduce asthma triggers.
Here are some tips. Share them with other parents and families. With all your ideas together, you can make a difference for children with asthma.
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